Georgina Wilson and her family recently enjoyed a vacation in El Nido, Palawan. Together with husband Arthur Burnand and their two kids Archie and Thor, Sunnies' brand director stayed in Pangulasian Island Resort, which is also known for its protected flora and fauna.

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Pangulasian is a nesting place for sea turtles, and as such, it also bans single-use plastic. “I thought it was wonderful that (Pangulasian) is eco-friendly at its core and gave each of us metal water bottles so we wouldn’t have to use bottled water," Georgina said in a release. "There were also many places in the resort where you could refill them.”

Here are other things that Georgina and her family did in El Nido, which you can add to your itinerary in your next relaxing visit:

Drop by Kalye Artesano crafts village

Support our local artisans!

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Boat around Bacuit Bay

Explore the Small Lagoon...

...and the Big Lagoon (strike a pose while you're at it!).

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Did you know that the Burnand's 2019 Chirstmas card photo was taken at the Big Lagoon? "I smile every time I look at this photo," said Georgina.

Relax in Pangulasian Island Resort

Jump on a speedboat to the resort.

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Drink in the view at Bacuit Bay first thing in the morning.

Enjoy the many first-class ammenities of the resort (because you thoroughly deserve it). 

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